National Jeweler Network



Henry Platt, former Tiffany chairman, dies at 91

The great-great-grandson of the retailer’s founder and the one who gave tanzanite its name died at his home in Palm Beach, Fla. on July 22.


Survey: More retailers resorting to paid posts

According to a recent study, retailers are pumping greater amounts of money into social media marketing, particularly paid posts.


David Yurman creates new communications role

The brand has tapped cosmetics executive CeCe Coffin for the position, which includes handling media relations, social media and reputation management globally.


Tiffany & Co. all tied up for fall

The New York retailer seems to be betting high on classic diamond designs for the coming season, rebooting existing collections that include bows, infinity symbols and flowers.  


UPS Capital scoops up another shipper

In the wake of the Parcel Pro acquisition, UPS Capital has purchased the Insured Parcel Service business of G4S International Logistics, an arm of security company G4S.


Amazon moves record number of units on ‘Prime Day’

But the e-tailer isn’t being specific about the dollar amount of merchandise sold, and the reaction on social media was less than favorable.


Economy, competition led to the end for Maine chain

The attorney who handled the bankruptcy filing for G.M. Pollack & Sons discusses the myriad factors that forced this 60-year-old jewelry business to liquidate. 


128-year-old department store will be no more

Macy’s announced Monday that it has sold its downtown Pittsburgh location, which has been a department store since 1887, to a developer that plans to turn it into apartments and a hotel. 


Jewelry Exchange, Synchrony extend deal

The Jewelry Exchange will continue to offer private-label credit card financing to customers following a multi-year extension of its agreement with Synchrony Financial.